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February 4, 2022
Loyola University Maryland has announced its eight Baltipreneurs Accelerator finalists. These eight startups will participate in the 10-week program and receive $2,000 stipends and a minimum of $25,000 in awards through Loyola’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Mindful y Radiante, a bilingual mindfulness training platform
I’m excited to see how these companies grow and what they’ll show at the Demo Day in April. What are some other accelerators you’re excited to see the results of? Hutch, AccelerateBaltimore, Equitech? Let us know.
By Donte Kirby | 5 minute readPlus, Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce gets new leaders, two Greater Baltimore business groups merge, and executive teams expand at Sonatype, Netography and Cerebro Capital.
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